There I sat with a paper and a pen, thinking and rethinking my options. I was asked to choose ONE topic out of the countless cultures that exist. It could be anything. Monuments, Movements, Cinema, Indian trades. I had to select one. And I was frustrated.
After scrutinizing for 2 days, I finalized three topics. Ironically, had I been given an hour, I would have chosen exactly the same! So, it was decided. Gothic Art, Pop Art and Street Art were the chosen ones.
My next task was to receive a green light from the teachers. A task that felt more like a burden in my irrational mind. My worst fear you ask? Professors absolutely detest my choices and leave the classroom, without uttering a single word. My only hope was they wouldn’t absolutely hate it.
Next Morning arrived, and it wasn’t all that bad. Discussion went smoothly but both teachers differed in opinion. One thought, Gothic art was not easy to incorporate into a material. Makes sense. But the other loved it. Great! Now what do I do?
Solution! The most obvious one perhaps. Move to plan B, and without further considerations I did.
Though treated as a second option at first,
Pop Art has become the only option there could be. I have been smelling, eating and breathing Pop Art. And I’ll make sure you do to. So stay tuned as there’s a so much in store.